Danny Saul is an experimental musician, performer and composer from Manchester, UK. Aside from his solo work, his involvement in a variety of projects over the past few years have included an ongoing improvisational partnership with Greg Haines (working under the name Liondialer), and a number of collaborations and live performances with notable contemporary experimental musicians, including Ben Frost (performing “Music for 6 Guitars”, at Iceland Airwaves 2007, Reykjavik), Machinefabriek, Jasper TX, Xela and Simon Scott.
Danny has played in the UK, Europe, the U.S. and most recently Tokyo, where he performed an improvised laptop/acoustic guitar & voice set, to visuals by video artist Shimada Ryohei (“Four Spectacles”). He runs the experimental label White Box Recordings, and has to date released two solo albums, “Harsh, Final.” (White Box, 2009), and “Kinison – Goldthwait” (Hibernate Recordings, 2010).
He is currently studying a PhD in Electroacoustic Composition, under the supervision of Professor David Berezan at the NOVARS research centre, Manchester University.
His interests include:
- acousmatic composition and performance.
- aesthetics of electroacoustic music.
- collaborative work (AV).
- scoring for film.